Klamath Basin Birding Trail Education Kit: Lava Beds National Monument Edition

To accompany the curriculum is a kit containing all of the necessary resources for these lessons.  The complete kit is available from Lava Beds National Monument for local teachers, non-formal educators, and community members to use.  To check out the kit, call Angela Sutton at (530) 667-8119.  A copy of the curriculum is also available at OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center in Klamath Falls, as well as many of the same resources that are in the KBBT Lava Beds National Monument Edition kits.  Call OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center at 541-883-7131 for more information.  Essentially, you should be able to pick a lesson plan and have all the information you need without additional research.

Introduction to the Klamath Basin Birding Trail Education Kit, Lava Beds National Monument Edition

Lesson Plans: What is a Bird?

Lesson Plans: Birding and Studying Birds

Lesson Plans: Bird Conservation

Student Journals corresponding with each KBBT Lava Beds NM lesson

Teacher Answer Keys corresponding with each KBBT Lava Beds NM student journal

Appendices
Apendix A - Additional Resources

Apendix B - Field Trip Prep

Apendix C - Science Standards

Apendix D - Glossary

Other Resources
Common Birds of Lava Beds National Monument Field Guide Sheet
Common Birds of Lava Beds National Monument Flash Cards

The kit was designed by Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO) educators with support from Lava Beds National MonumentKlamath Wingwatchers, Inc., OSU Klamath Basin Research and Extension Center, Tulelake School District, and members of the Klamath Tribes.  Funding for curriculum development, teacher training, and resources was provided by a Klamath County Title III Forest Education Grant.  Photographic images used throughout curriculum and resources were donated by Southern Oregon residents Jim Livaudais and Sean Bryan Smith, California resident Tom Grey, and the National Park Service.

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